Having similar bird feeder shots side by side, one from the Fuji and one
from the Oly, I note that,, while the Oly shows the feeder shell in its
true green color, the Fuji image has more of a blue cast. I seldom make
color adjustments, so I would assume this is probably the case with
grass and foliage as well. I'm not yet ready to announce a preference.
On 6/2/20 1:54 PM, Moose wrote:
On 6/2/2020 10:45 AM, Jim Nichols wrote:
A few days ago, I swapped bodies on my birding setup, removing the
E-M1 and attaching the X-T2. In the dim light of my "blind", I
failed to note that I had not set the front selector of the X-T2 to "M".
Ah, I can relate. The Sony RX10 IV has a focus mode selector switch on
a lower front corner. Ridiculous place. And FIVE choices, three of
which are a complete mystery to me. Only screwed me up once - so far.
While I could focus on the tilt screen, it was not as sharp as I
would like. Today, I reviewed the manual, and set the selector to M,
which enables a clear red in-focus area. Here is an example of what
the old Telyt + Extender can produce. Can be viewed large.
OH, goody. I was wondering about the difference between shots like the
soft Cardinal on Iron and the well focused Jay on Iron.
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